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  1. Evidence-Informed Opioid Use Disorder/Substance Use Disorder including MAT

    June 18, 2020 (all day)

    This course will focus on Substance Use Disorders, with particular attention to Opioid Use Disorder and evidence-based interventions, including Medication Assisted Treatments (MAT). Fundamental neurobiological, physiological and psychosocial aspects of chemical dependence will be reviewed, with special attention given to Opioid Use Disorder. The pharmacological functions and psychosocial benefits of Medication Assisted Treatments (MAT) will be a focal point of this mini-course. The complexities, benefits and barriers to implementing integrated health care models for Substance Use Disorders, such as MAT, will be given specialized attention. Social justice issues relating to accessible to health care, gender, race and stigma existent in conjunction with substance use disorders, and most especially, opioid use disorders, will be central to this course. Overall, students enrolled in this course will gain an introduction to Substance Use Disorders, with a focus on Opioid Use Disorder and Medication Assisted...

    Registration for this course is closed. Visit the CE Course Catalog for more offerings.

  2. Shifting the Culture of Anti-racist Organizing with Tawana Petty Shifting the Culture of Anti-racist Organizing with Tawana Petty

    June 18, 2020 - 12:00pm

    ENGAGE and the Undoing Racism Workgroup present a special virtual discussion featuring Detroit organizer, scholar, author and human rights activist Tawana Petty. Petty will lead us through a discussion on how we confront and work to dismantle historic racism and anti-Blackness in our society, without tokenizing or creating undo emotional labor for those most affected. Petty will share principles of anti-racist organizing from her book, “Towards Humanity: Shifting the Culture of Anti-Racism Organizing,” and discuss how non-Blacks can practice genuine non-performative collaboration with the movement for Black Lives. Discussions on how we can incorporate lessons learned from this significant moment in Civil Rights history into our practice as social workers, community leaders, and advocates will also take place. 

    Watch the Recording Here

  3. COVID, White Supremacy, Black Women’s Concerns

    June 18, 2020 - 3:00pm

    In response to the latest events across the country and the world, on Thursday, June 18 our women panelists will address COVID in the context of white supremacy and police brutality, major problems of pandemic proportions.  

    We will discuss these issues with a focus on individual, peer and family relations, and community organizing. Our overarching theme, Identity and Vulnerabilities, will be used to frame the discussion. 


    Andrea B. Williams, JD: Director, Advocacy Training and Community Engagement; STEPS To End Family Violence Program; Rising Ground, NYC

    Yatesha D. Robinson, LMSW, MA: Field Faculty and LEO Lecturer III; Social Work; University of Michigan

    Marah A. Curtis, MSW, PhD.: Professor of Social Work; Institute for Research on Poverty; Center for Demography and Ecology; University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Lauren Davis, LMSW: Assistant Director - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Adjunct Lecturer in Social Work; University of Michigan

    Lady Carlson,  Lead Organizer at West Side Sponsoring Committee and Together Louisiana.    

    Trina R. Shanks, PhD: Professor & Director of Community Engagement; Social Work; University of Michigan

    Please join us!

    Now is the moment for action!

    Zoom Link

    Watch on YouTube

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